"Some of them, after detection and neutralization, we placed as exhibits in the museum", said Karakus.
A Christian group allied with the SDF said in a statement that they have sent the Kurdish enclave reinforcements to fight against the Turkish forces.
The Syrian Kurds denied Russia's proposal.
The incident could raise tensions between Russian Federation and Turkey, which is monitoring a so-called de-escalation zone in Idlib as part of an agreement made during Syrian peace talks in the Kazakh capital, Astana.
SDF reported clashes against the Turkish military and its Syrian proxies on a number of fronts including in Bulbul, Shiye north and west of Afrin city, northwestern Syria. Last week, one of those attacks killed a teenage girl and wounded another civilian in the Turkish town of Reyhanli.
But those plans have alarmed critics who argue the U.S. is setting the stage for a continued proxy war in Syria that makes a political settlement less likely, and who worry that its continued reliance on the Kurdish militias will create an effective autonomous zone with American security guarantees. We are not divided.
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He added there is no alternative for the Sochi and Astana conferences, describing them as the "only effective dialogues" on the seven-year old Syrian crisis.
He called on the United States to "disengage" from the YPG and said Turkey will continue communications with "our American allies to avoid any confrontation".
The local government of Jazira, one of the cantons of the Syrian Kurdistan where the female fighter is said to come from, condemned the alleged incident, blaming it on "Turkish fascist government. and its mercenaries", calling it an act "beyond imagination".
Both Ishak and Pollock spoke alongside the US representative of the Syrian Kurdish government at the National Press Club.
"The interest is there, the diplomatic means are also there", within the USA military and diplomatic corps to strike a balance between appeasing Turkey while maintaining American ties to its Syrian allies, he said.
Kurds in other countries around the world, such as Lebanon and Germany, are also protesting Turkey's operations in Afrin. "No state or worldwide organization can question the power of Turkey any more", Erdoğan said.